Archives for April 2010

Long & Foster releases "Market Minute"

Long & Foster releases “Market Minute” report for Arlington County for March 2010.

Discount tickets to Taste of Arlington

You can buy $20 tickets to Taste of Arlington on May 16th for $15 from “So What’s The Deal

Free injury clinic at Pacer's in Clarendon

Free injury clinic at Pacer’s in Clarendon April 29th and most Thursdays from 6:30 – 8 PM.

Baskin Robbins is offering 31 cent scoop

Baskin Robbins is offering 31 cent scoop night to honor America’s firefighters on Wednesday, April 28th from 5 PM-10 PM.

Check out Shop Arlington

Check out Shop Arlington for discounts on local shops and restaurants.

Arlington County board adopts FY2011 budget

Arlington County board adopts FY2011 budget. Some proposed cuts are restored. Property tax rate will increase 8.3 cents.

Rosslyn Film Festival Begins April 30th

Rosslyn Film Festival
The Rosslyn Summer Outdoor Film Festival begins April 30th and will run Friday evenings at Dusk through September 3rd.  This year’s theme is “I Love the 90’s.”

The movies are shown at Gateway Park at Lee Highway near Key Bridge and is free to the public.  People are encouraged to bring blankets and low chairs to picnic in the park before the show.

Friends of the Public Library Book Sale April 22-25

Friends of the Library

The Friends of the Library book sale begins today.  Members only can purchase books on Thursday April 22nd from 5:30 – 9 at the parking garage of Arlington Central Library, level G-1.  Memberships are available at the door.  The public is invited from 10-6 Friday and Saturday and from 12-6 Sunday when everything will be half price.

Save the Planetarium

Over 3000 members have joined the facebook fan page  and many have signed a petition to save the David M. Brown Planetarium in Arlington.  The Arlington School Board will have a Public Hearing this Thursday, April 22nd at 7:30 p.m to discuss the Planetarium before the final vote April 29th.

East Falls Church Metro Plan in the works

The public is invited to two upcoming forums on development proposed for the East Falls Church Metro site.  The plan includes mixed use development and better walking and biking connections to the Metro.  To read the full press release, click here.